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[The Conversation Africa] A commission of inquiry into corruption in South Africa is underway. How it goes about its work, and delivers on its mandate, will have profound constitutional and political consequences. This is more so because it is clear that deposed former President Jacob Zuma, who is a...
 
[Zimbabwe Standard] Cholera is a disease spread mostly by water and food that has been contaminated with faeces that contain cholera-causing bacteria. It breaks my heart just thinking about this.
 
[New Zimbabwe] The government has banned "all types of vending be banned with immediate effect", cabinet ministers revealed Monday as the country battles a cholera epidemic that has claimed 30 lives nationwide.
 
[The Herald] President Mnangagwa is today expected to deliver his first State of the National Address (SONA) and officially open the first session of the Ninth Parliament during which he will set the legislative agenda.
 
[New Zimbabwe] Newly appointed Midlands provincial affairs minister Senator Larry Mavima has revealed that senior government officials are involved in chrome mining activities that have caused serious environmental damage in Zvishavane.
 
[The Herald] Founder and executive chairman of Econet Group Mr Strive Masiyiwa has taken a swipe at some suppliers of hygiene products like gloves for taking advantage of the cholera outbreak to inflate prices.
 
[News24Wire] The Constitutional Court has ruled that the personal use of dagga is not a criminal offence.
 
[The Herald] Zimbabwe has secured a US$250 million line of credit from Gemcorp Capital, an international independent investment management firm focused on emerging markets, for the importation of essential commodities.
 
[New Zimbabwe] President Emmerson Mnangagwa has ordered his cabinet ministers to each come up with "five quick and high impact projects" as he looks to make a quick impression after his disputed election in July.
 
[New Zimbabwe] ZIMBABWE secured a $250 million loan from a UK-based fund Monday in a development finance minister Prof Mthuli Ncube described as a show of confidence in the country's economy.
 
[New Zimbabwe] A Bulawayo magistrate on Monday freed commuter omnibus driver David Ndlovu who had been arrested for insulting President Emmerson Mnangagwa.
 
[News24Wire] Communications Minister Nomvula Mokonyane has expressed her strong opposition to the revelations that the SABC is considering retrenching some of its staff.
 
[New Zimbabwe] Acting Prosecutor General Kumbirai Hodzi has warned of judicial action against lawyers "abusing the country's court system with frivolous challenges" against the legality of a crack prosecution unit established by President Emmerson Mnangagwa.
 
[New Zimbabwe] About 21 percent of cholera victims in Harare are children below the age of five, local government minister July Moyo has revealed.
 
[Daily Maverick] Khoi-San community members hold up signage during a march through Braamfontein on April 27, 2015 in Johannesburg, South Africa. Photo by Gallo Images / Foto24 / Felix Dlangamandla
 
[News24Wire] Cape Town businessman Liyaqat Parker, 65, has been finally reunited with his family after being held in captivity for more than two months.
 
[News24Wire] Former security branch police sergeant Joao Jan Rodrigues, 79, who stands accused of involvement in the murder of anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Timol is expected to appear in the South Gauteng High Court on Tuesday.
 
[New Zimbabwe] Midlands -A Shurugwi gold producer was violently killed by a group of artisanal miners who wanted to gain access to his mineral-rich mine.
 
[New Zimbabwe] After six years of self-exile, Zimbabwean tycoon Frank Buyanga is itching to make up for lost time. He has returned to Zimbabwe following the overthrow of former President Robert Mugabe last November.
 
[The Herald] The trial of suspended University of Zimbabwe (UZ) Levi Nyagura, who is accused of illegally awarding former First Lady Grace Mugabe a PhD, has been put on hold pending the determination of his application at the Constitutional Court (Concourt).
 
[The Herald] Government has availed $6,7 million for urgent health related needs and City of Harare's infrastructural requirements as it intensifies efforts to curb the cholera outbreak in Harare and other affected areas.
 
[The Herald] Outgoing Chinese Ambassador to Zimbabwe Mr Huang Ping yesterday bade farewell to President Mnangagwa at his Munhumutapa Offices.
 
[The Herald] Four Independent Power Producers (IPP) have approached the Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority seeking independent licenses to venture into electricity generation.
 
[The Herald] Former Zimbabwe Cricket managing director Faisal Hasnain has praised the organisation's chairman Tavengwa Mukuhlani for the role he played in finding a solution to ZC's debt.
 
[The Herald] Government has launched an appeal for $57 million to contain the cholera outbreak, which has so far claimed 30 lives and left 5 000 people seeking treatment.
 
[The Herald] After securing a contract for young UK-based Zimbabwean footballer Sharma Bako in Germany last week, junior football coach Phillip Zulu wants to invade the German market.
 
[The Herald] Gweru City Council is on high cholera alert and has implemented a raft of measures including burying refuse and attending to water bursts as soon as the report is received.
 
[The Herald] A 30-year-old man appeared in court yesterday for allegedly stealing $122 000 cash from a Chinese man.
 
[The Herald] Over 300 families are set to benefit from the resuscitation of the Cashel Valley Irrigation Scheme in Chimanimani District following calls to revive agro-processing in the bean-producing area.
 
[The Herald] Government will not allow vending at undesignated areas and sites without toilets and other requisite infrastructure as this is contributing to the spread of diseases such as cholera, which have claimed many lives, Women Affairs, Community, Small and Medium Enterprises Development Minis...
 

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